Daily Archives: June 14, 2014

TheAustralian – Threat In Iraq Is ‘Very Serious’, Says Australian PM Tony Abbott – 14 June 2014

The Australian

By David Crowe

AUSTRALIA will “wait and see” how to respond to the rapid advance of Islamist extremists towards Baghdad as Tony Abbott warns of a humanitarian disaster facing Iraq.

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ZeroHedge – Congressman Asks NSA To Restore Two Years Of “Lost” Lois Lerner IRS Emails – 14 June 2014

 ZeroHedgeYesterday, the republican campaign to get to the bottom of IRS’ targeting of conservative groups was dealt an absolutely idiotic blow when the IRS, in all seriousness, announced that it had lost two years worth of emails to and from the chief subject of the investigation: former agency official Lois Lerner.

Wes Annac – Enlighten Yourself: Anger And The Transcendence Of Duality – Part 2/2 – 14 June 2014

wes-annac-300x229Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

Concluded from Part 1

Paul Ferrini tells us that “You cannot be in the heart if you are worried or angry.” (1)

It’s much harder to attain a heart-centered flow if we’re in a negative frame of mind, and opening ourselves to spirit is far, far easier when we’re already willing to feel an immense amount of love. Anger turns us cold; takes us away from the warmth of the heart space and the divine gifts it offers. Continue reading

Pot poll? Oregon Marijuana Initiative On Target For November – 14 June 2014

RT logoAn Oregon initiative which would legalize recreational marijuana use is on the cusp of being placed on the November ballot. The initiative would come at a time when the majority of state residents support pot legalization.

Supporters have submitted more than 83,500 signatures to the Secretary of State’s Office, AP reported Thursday. In order to qualify for the November ballot, New Approach Oregon, the group behind the initiative, need to gather 87,213 valid signatures by July 3.

The initiative, IP 53, seeks to legalize the possession of marijuana for adults 21 and older and to allow for licensed and regulated cultivation and sales which would be taxed.

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Powerful Hurricane Tears Roofs Off, Trees Out In Russia’s Far East (VIDEOS) – 14 June 2014

Still from YouTube video

Still from YouTube video

Repair works are now under way on more than 300 sites of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, the administrative center of Sakhalin Region, which storm unexpectedly hit late afternoon on Friday.

The hurricane in the city of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk toppled over 1, 500 trees.

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Jon Rappoport – Inside The Matrix Revealed And Exit From The Matrix – 14 June 2014

jon7My investigation of Matrix inevitably leads back to Tibet where, 1500 years ago, exiled teachers from India, who had challenged major premises of the academic culture in their home country, wandered into Tibet and started “schools.”

These schools were very practical in nature. They taught that one’s own experience was paramount, and exercises designed to increase creative power would open doors and reveal secrets about the basis of reality, secrets that had been buried under a welter of ideas that added up to political control. Continue reading

Canadian Users’ Online Privacy Upheld By Top Court – 14 June 2014

RT logoLaw enforcement authorities in Canada require a search warrant to obtain users’ private data from the internet providers during investigations. The Supreme Court’s unprecedented ruling ensures the Canadians’ right for online privacy and anonymity.

The top court’s ruling came in an appeal of a 19-year-old Matthew David Spencer, who faced child pornography charges in 2007 and was then convicted. Police used his internet address to access details from his provider, without first getting a search warrant. Lawyers argued that their actions breached his constitutional right to be protected from illegal search and seizure.

Spencer appealed his conviction, arguing that the search was unconstitutional and his rights had been violated. The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal ruled there is no reasonable expectation of privacy for basic internet subscriber information.

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